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    Video Games for Positive Change

    It was love at first sight. The Tribeca Film Festival, established shortly after the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, took as its goal giving back to its community in the form of storytelling. Games for Change, a nonprofit that facilitates the creation of humanitarian games for social good, began in 2004.
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    Festival Spotlights Video Games That Help Teach Social Lessons

    One of the biggest changes for the Games for Change Festival itself is that it’s now part of the Tribeca Film Festival, proof of just how widespread and accepted this whole movement has become.
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    Let’s Get Serious About Video Games

    Games For Change is the place where game developers that are truly pushing the boundaries of video games showcase their work. At the festival, we see games that reimagine the act of gaming–what can it do? What can it mean? We see games that think critically about learning, teaching, playing, and storytelling. Read more

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